were able to achieve FSC certification for 62 percent of the pulp we use as a company. We are the first diaper company in North America to achieve FSC certification for the pulp in our standard Free & Clear diapers. This certification system verifies that the forests where we obtain our pulp are managed according to stringent protocols that protect the forest ecosystem and water quality. While improving our pulp, we also achieved across-the-board reductions in environmental impacts by removing pulp bleaching from the equation for our Free & Clear Diapers. We now use 10 percent less energy and waste and promote better wastewater quality compared to a diaper with a bleached core. This process even allows us to use fewer trees. “These diaper features move the PROGRESS IN 2013 NOTES seventh generation 2013 corporate consciousness report 23 PRODUCT: 75% PACKAGING: 82% PRODUCT: DEVELOP STRATEGY FOR INCREASING BIOBASED CONTENT IN DIAPERS AND BABY WIPES. PACKAGING: WORK ON REMAINING BOTTLES WITH LOWER PCR CONTENT BOBBLE: ESTABLISH BASELINE DATA AND BEGIN TRACKING WOOD PULP: 62% FSC-CERTIFIED PALM OIL: 100% THROUGH OFFSETS VIA GREEN PALM CERTIFICATES WOOD PULP: GOAL TO ACHIEVE 75% FSC CERTIFICATION BY 2014 SOURCING OF SOY, CORN AND COCONUT: WE WILL DEVELOP A ROADMAP BY 2017 FOR ADDRESSING THESE PRODUCT: 66% PACKAGING: 97% PRODUCT: ADDRESS DIAPERS AND WIPES PACKAGING: CHANGE MULTI-LAYER FILMS AND POUCHES BOBBLE: ESTABLISH BASELINE DATA AND BEGIN TRACKING 1% LESS THAN 2012 1% LESS THAN 2012 Data excludes bobble as we are still establishing baselines for this product.
A Generation of Good; 2013 Coprporate Consciousness Report
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